Tesla autopilot was 40 per cent safer
Published in News


Surprise result from the death inquiry


A watchdog investigation into the death of a Tesla car driver when he was running the car on auto-pilot had some unexpected good news for the car market.

Barra quits  Xiaomi
Published in Mobiles


Health concerns and a new role 

The bloke who pushed Xiaomi into a global expansion has left the company because of health concerns and a new role.

Note 7 not our fault claims Samsung
Published in News


Acting oddly over flaming phones

Samsung Electronics is denying that that its design had anything to do with the incredible Note 7 and is putting the blame squarely on its two battery suppliers.

Heartbeat data to be used to authenticate wearable devices
Published in Wearables


A login method for cars, doors, PCs and everything else


Over the past few years, the concept of using heartbeat data to encrypt information and authenticate personal and enterprise users has been gaining consideration as an alternative to expensive, computationally-heavy encryption techniques unsuited for wearable devices.

NexDock transforms Intel Compute Card into 14-inch notebook
Published in Mobiles


Modular upgrades for your notebook, if Intel stays on course

Earlier this month during CES, Fudzilla staff managed to get our hands on an Intel Compute Card, the company’s new ultra-thin form factor measuring 5mm thin and just slightly taller than a standard credit card.

MacBook shipments to hit 15 million units this year
Published in News


Increases 10 percent

Apple is on target to increase its MacBook and MacBook Pro shipments to 15 million units this year, up from 13.5 million units last year, according to the latest report from supply chain sources.

OLED iPhone might include borderless front panel, no Home button
Published in News


Apple and Samsung preparing full screen mobile devices


According to the latest analyst expectations for Apple’s upcoming iPhone lineup this year, the devices are expected to include some structural changes to the display panel circuitry along with the addition of a facial recognition system.

Apple sues Qualcomm for being too expensive
Published in News


Pot calls kettle black

The fruity tax-dodging cargo cult Apple believes that it can make a more than a billion dollars for suing Qualcomm for charging too much on its patents.

Xiaomi Mi5s reviewed
Published in Reviews

Review: Striking the right balance

‘Member phones that didn’t blow up in your face? ‘Member mobile hardware that offered good value? ‘Member good industrial design that didn’t cost an arm and a leg? Fudzilla ‘members, and apparently, so does Chinese mobile giant Xiaomi.

Google may sell off its satellite imaging division
Published in News


Planet Labs is a potential fit


According to the latest reports from The Wall Street Journal and Bloomberg, there is an effort underway by Alphabet Inc. to slash some of its long-term projects and R&D divisions, including Google’s own satellite imaging unit.